On May 13, the 36th anniversary of the MOVE bombing, West Philadelphians remembered the 11 lives lost during the MOVE Day of Remembrance event. Here's what it looked like.
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Protesters marched through Center City and South Philadelphia on April 13 demanding justice for Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man who was killed by a Minn. police officer.
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After over one year without sporting events, the Quakers returned to competition on Mar. 27 under new health and safety guidelines. Here's what the first week of games looked like.
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Last April, Daily Pennsylvanian photographers documented what campus looked like one month into the pandemic. We revisited some of the locations this month, one year into the pandemic, to see what's changed.
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During a spring break unlike any other, Penn hosted a variety of "Spring Stay" events from March 10-14. Here's how some students enjoyed spring break on-campus.
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Penn's campus is enriched at every corner by illustrious works of art. From looming statues to intricate gates, these are eleven sculptures that bring campus to life.
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The pandemic has altered much of American life, but one of its hallmarks persisted: the Super Bowl. Here's how the Penn and Philadelphia communities watched the game.
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Over the past three days, Winter Storm Orlena brought more snow to Penn's campus than all of last winter. From snowball fights to snowmen, here's what it looked like.
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From Jan. 10-17, thousands of students returned to campus for the spring semester during a move-in period unlike any other. Here's what it looked like.
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Although Philadelphia's 2021 Mummers Parade was canceled, some Mummers and residents still marched down 2nd Street on New Year's Day to protest Mayor Jim Kenney and celebrate the beginning of 2021.
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The world has experienced some of the most extraordinary events in modern history this year, and the Penn community has been impacted by it all. The Daily Pennsylvanian's photographers have been on the ground documenting 2020 as it has unfolded.
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In the eight months since campus closed, Penn employees have continued to come to campus to keep the University running. Here are the stories of seven essential workers who have risked their health since March to work during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Thousands of elated Philadelphians danced, drank, and cheered in the streets after Pa. was called in Biden’s favor, pushing him over the threshold of 270 electoral votes. Here's how the city celebrated in the hours after the news broke.
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Members of the Penn and Philadelphia communities masked up and voted in person at three different campus polling locations on Election Day. As ballots continued to be counted, tension and uncertainty hung over the city. The Daily Pennsylvanian sent a team of photographers to capture this unique election week.
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At least 500 demonstrators, including Penn students and leaders of Penn Community for Justice, peacefully marched through the streets of West Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon demanding the justice for Walter Wallace Jr.
The Daily Pennsylvanian took a look back at 10 major United States politicians that have visited Philadelphia since the 2018 Midterms.
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Although it may be the end of October, the weather is still perfect for working outside. Grab a sweater, a laptop, and head to these on-campus locations to bring your virtual classes into the real world, while practicing social-distancing guidelines.
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Thousands of supporters gathered in western Pennsylvania last week for Trump's second MAGA rally since his COVID-19 diagnosis. Here's a look inside "the Trump experience."
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Around 200 demonstrators lifted signs, chanted “Out Now!“, and called for political and social reform as 1968 Wharton graduate and President Donald Trump visited the National Constitution Center for a town hall on Tuesday evening. Here’s how the protest played out.
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While facing challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Black-owned businesses have also received an outpouring of support in light of the Black Lives Matter movement. Here’s how six Philadelphia Black-owned small businesses have been affected.
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